ARB slide out kitchen

Albynsw

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I saw that and it is pretty neat,I wonder what the $$$ are
I would love something like that but my tray is too high to make it useable
 

Triton14

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I saw that and it is pretty neat,I wonder what the $$$ are
Recon you would need to take out a personal loan but then for the people who have must have all the ARB must haves it will give them the chill's

I will be sticking to my wanderer folding table, 2 burner gas mate stove & calapsable camp sink, all together cost me like $120.

The weight would concern me as well., by the time you add all the other gear you need for camping.
 

CTL

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So the majority of the utensils drawer is taken up with the collapsible sink?
Where do you store the LPG bottle?
 

red hilux

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I don’t have a problem with the cost of the draw.

As a capable person. I have a problem paying 600 for install. If your anon capable person. I suggest you learn you to use a drill and screw driver.

The domestic kitchen is just over 3k

 

Bomber2012

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It is what it is and being ARB it was never going to be cheap .
I personally think a sink is a total waste of space , how often do you wash dishes etc while out camping ?
I use a camp oven , frypan , paper plates (on a steel plate) , the camp oven and frypan are rarely washed , just a wipe over with paper towel as they are well seasoned , paper plates go in the fire and coffee cup gets a quick wipe with baby wipes .
 

CaptainBanana

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It is what it is and being ARB it was never going to be cheap .
I personally think a sink is a total waste of space , how often do you wash dishes etc while out camping ?
I use a camp oven , frypan , paper plates (on a steel plate) , the camp oven and frypan are rarely washed , just a wipe over with paper towel as they are well seasoned , paper plates go in the fire and coffee cup gets a quick wipe with baby wipes .
But just think about all those 200 series owners that have to have ARB everything - you know the ones with the cars that have never seen a dirt road but still have the full kit out
 

Bomber2012

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But just think about all those 200 series owners that have to have ARB everything - you know the ones with the cars that have never seen a dirt road but still have the full kit out
It is a bit of a “look at me” gadget in my opinion .
Nice for the facebook crew that base their lives on fb likes .:D
 

sharkcaver

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It is what it is and being ARB it was never going to be cheap .
I personally think a sink is a total waste of space , how often do you wash dishes etc while out camping ?
I use a camp oven , frypan , paper plates (on a steel plate) , the camp oven and frypan are rarely washed , just a wipe over with paper towel as they are well seasoned , paper plates go in the fire and coffee cup gets a quick wipe with baby wipes .
I agree, a portable collapsible sink would be my preference.
I get the not washing the camp oven, I never wash mine either, hence if I ever did a damper, it would taste like pork :D
But my frypan gets the boiled water, wiped and re-seasoned treatment every cook.
paper plates are awesome. A wet paper towel fixes the plate beneath it when I eventually cut through the paper one.
But a coffee cup with baby wipes.....no thanks :eek:, I dont even use them on my ar$e :p

What gets me with this ARB kitchen is what do you do when the weather is inclement? At least with my side kitchen on a table, I can just roll out my awning over the top. Its a nice convenient product for sure, but the price tag and other issues mean I will never own one.
 

discomatt

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I don’t have a problem with the cost of the draw.

As a capable person. I have a problem paying 600 for install. If your anon capable person. I suggest you learn you to use a drill and screw driver.

The domestic kitchen is just over 3k

That looks better than the ARB one, even comes with a cup holder so perfect for 70 series owners:p
 
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